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Nice clean setup .... What / How did you flush the Raidiator?
i took the advice from Petra (owner of a techshop, specializes in WC) over at the XS forums...basically flushed it with 1 gal of distilled water, then some hot distilled water to shake the radiator with, flushed again with about a gallon of water, hot water again with shaking, flush again with a gallon of water

by the end the water coming out was just as clean as the water going in
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i took the advice from Petra (owner of a techshop, specializes in WC) over at the XS forums...basically flushed it with 1 gal of distilled water, then some hot distilled water to shake the radiator with, flushed again with about a gallon of water, hot water again with shaking, flush again with a gallon of water

by the end the water coming out was just as clean as the water going in
thanks for the info
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Ok thanks for that ...
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i have my WB tightened down with max pressure on the springs, at firest i had about 75% on the springs, then tested temps, as i went on, i maxed them out, BUT.....

make sure you tighten them down in a cross pattern, first 4-5 turns on one, then go directlly accross and do the same 4-5 turns, then the next one, then across again.... get it? this will insure that not too much side load is introduced at one time..... here:

1 2
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3 4

sorry for the crappy illustration, but you get the picture. first tighten 1 , 4-5 turns, then do (4) 4-5 turns, then do (2) 4-5 turns, then do(3) 4-5 turns....... till your springs are close to maxed out. its a cross bolt pattern, kinda like when you tighten a rim on a hub on a car......

if you crank one corner down to the max, then the next, you risk, or you WILL damage your board/socket.

hope this helps.

- holy smokes, that diagram turned out like super crap! but you still get the point.
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i have my WB tightened down with max pressure on the springs, at firest i had about 75% on the springs, then tested temps, as i went on, i maxed them out, BUT.....

make sure you tighten them down in a cross pattern, first 4-5 turns on one, then go directlly accross and do the same 4-5 turns, then the next one, then across again.... get it? this will insure that not too much side load is introduced at one time..... here:

1 2
\\ /
\\ /
X
/ \\
/ \\
3 4

sorry for the crappy illustration, but you get the picture. first tighten 1 , 4-5 turns, then do (4) 4-5 turns, then do (2) 4-5 turns, then do(3) 4-5 turns....... till your springs are close to maxed out. its a cross bolt pattern, kinda like when you tighten a rim on a hub on a car......

if you crank one corner down to the max, then the next, you risk, or you WILL damage your board/socket.

hope this helps.

- holy smokes, that diagram turned out like super crap! but you still get the point.
arite cool, do you really think thats my problem?

also, i have my swiftech MCR-220 radiator with 2 yate loon 70cfm fans pushing...should i have it pull instead?
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push/pull hardly makes a difference...its something to try later, but right now, you have bigger temp issues to worry about.

I agree that your temps are a tad high..Im air cooled on my Q4 and 3ghz/1.28vcore is loading me around 51-52c...too much paste or not tight enough on the block..those are the first two things I would check.
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push/pull hardly makes a difference...its something to try later, but right now, you have bigger temp issues to worry about.

I agree that your temps are a tad high..Im air cooled on my Q4 and 3ghz/1.28vcore is loading me around 51-52c...too much paste or not tight enough on the block..those are the first two things I would check.
roger that, i checked the paste and realized i put too much the first time around ( i followed that line method that AS recommends, bad idea) so i did a small dot, reseated and got the same temps

im thinking it might be im not tight enough, i might tighten it down, im just afraid of breaking my board or something, but im trying to talk myself into "hey thats what the limiters are for" (yea...im a *****...so what of it lol)
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I tighten my thumb screws until the skin on my fingers starts feeling like its going to tear...then thats tight enough for me.
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arite cool, do you really think thats my problem?

also, i have my swiftech MCR-220 radiator with 2 yate loon 70cfm fans pushing...should i have it pull instead?
If your doing either push or pull, go with pull, it releases more heat, but of course push and pull would be the best. (slight difference)

btw: where did you buy your g0? (sorry if you already answered, I posted it back on the first page and didnt see your answer)
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I'm going water cooling soon,and I cant wait the see the results.!!
    
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